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Tennessee captain kicked off team

Other three suspended Volunteers will not play against KU

University of Tennessee all-SEC forward/team captain Tyler Smith, who scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the Vols’ 92-85 loss to Kansas University last Jan. 3 in Allen Fieldhouse, won’t be around for Sunday’s rematch in Knoxville.

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Nowhere to hide: KU women suffer historic loss to Wildcats

The Kansas University women's basketball team struggled through its worst perforance of the season Saturday, falling 59-35 to rival Kansas State in both team's Big 12 opener.

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Tennessee captain kicked off team

Other three suspended Volunteers will not play against KU

University of Tennessee all-SEC forward/team captain Tyler Smith, who scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the Vols’ 92-85 loss to Kansas University last Jan. 3 in Allen Fieldhouse, won’t be around for Sunday’s rematch in Knoxville.

KU's Scott, Finley qualify

Senior All-American pole vaulter Jordan Scott and freshman shot put thrower Mason Finley led the Jayhawks at the Bill Easton Classic on Friday at KU, as both athletes hit NCAA provisional qualifying marks.

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KU women hoping to break Manhattan losing streak

So far this season, the road hasn’t been overly kind to the Kansas University women’s basketball team.

KU swimmers split dual

Junior Iuliia Kuzhil and freshman Monica Johannessen both recorded two first-place finishes to lift the Kansas University swimming and diving team past Fresno State on Friday.

Mayhem captured on video

Kansas basketball practice hadn’t started yet Tuesday afternoon, so it was time to have a little fun. Generally speaking, men need to turn just about everything into a competition to enjoy themselves.